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Use the given graph to determine the limit, if it exists. Find limit as x approaches three from the left of f(x).

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|dw:1402256259726:dw| since we are looking to the left of 3 you need to just look at the graph in the rectangle i drew around your graph
what do your y-values approach as x approaches 3 (from the left)

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2? i think.
Yep from what I can tell from the graph you are right
how do you get the limit?
you found it
ohhh its just 2? awesome. thxx
the left limit is 2 the question doesn't ask, but do you think you know what the right limit is?
is it 3??
from what I can tell from your graph you are correct now again the question doesn't ask, but the limit (the actual limit) doesn't exist since the left limit doesn't equal the right limit now you answered 2 to your question because it was indeed just looking for the left limit
thank you :)

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